It had to happen . . . David Crosby and Graham Nash started their own record company ‘Blue Castle Records.’ The label started earlier this year but on October 11th released an HD DVD titled ‘Crosby-Nash: In Concert.’ It was taped at the Palace in Stanford, CT.
When I saw the DVD, tears came out of nowhere, maybe it was memories from my youth . . . but the classics played included “Guinevere,” “Marrakesh Express,” “Deja vu,” “Wooden Ships,” “Our House,” “They Want It All,” “Just A Song Before I Go,” “Almost Cut My Hair,” and something entirely new . . . “Don’t Dig Here.”
“Don’t Dig Here” is a tune, almost anthem like warning against nuclear proliferation. You can get this song for free . . . gratis . . . that’s right ‘nada’ at their website www.crosbynash.com.
I’m glad that Crosby & Nash have never backed away from their beliefs, they’re music helped change the direction of the USA . . . non-violent revolutionary’s. . .
Personally, my opinion only . . . I miss music like CSN&Y and other artists whose songs offered hope in difficult times and motivated people to take positive steps. . .